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  FOX    KTVU 6 O Clock News    News  News/Business. New. (CC)  

    September 26, 2012
    6:00 - 6:29pm PDT  

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hospital. >> reporter: the police chief released this statement, we have had tragic experiences, these crimes effect me more personally than anything else. this case is no different. today you could barely tell he had 5 surgeries over the last 6 days. >> i am going to try not to be scared of what happened to me. >> reporter: they will sleep in daughter. leaving their family heartbroken. >> everybody is a parent, wife, sister, a brother. put yourself in my shoes. that is how i feel. >> after the man entered his plea the judge ordered him taken into custody immediately. senting is october 22 -- another room till they find a new home. paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. 200 parents crowded into a meeting at a school this morning where a 9-year-old girl was kidnapped. officials at park side elementary say they are putting up new fencing and restricting access to the school. a man grabbed the girl and took her off campus friday but sentencing is october 22. a earthquake struck alaska. it hit after 3:30 p.m. this afternoon. there are no reports of injuries and the tsunami warning said there is no threat along the west coast. while it was far away from us there is new evidence tonight that earthquakes across the globe might be connected. ktvu's cara liu is live in menlow park with the ripple
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fortunately she escaped. he is being held without bail on felony kidnapping charges. investigators say two other schools also reported the same man was harassing students earlier that day. >> i think bp of the biggest concerns was -- i think one of the biggest concerns was -- >> today the district said it waited to send out the alert till it had accurate information to provide which wasn't till several hours after effect they found here. >> reporter: some scientists say a major earthquake half way around the world could tricker aftershocks here on the west coast, especially when you have a strike flip quake, when the plates move horizontally like this. >> reporter: april's earthquake in the indian ocean has been the strongest this year. it was also highly unusual because where the aftershocks occurred. the incident. a human rights activist stud before a judge accused of sharing child pornography online. ktvu's mike mibach is live in san francisco with the tip that led to the arrest. mike? >> reporter: julie, i want to show you what we found. this is what police seized from the home of larry brinkin. two red plastic tool boxes with >> aftershocks tend to occur close to the main shock. however for this april event in the india ocean this is a rare exception. the aftershocks extended across the world. >> reporter: he is lead author of a new anansis that contributes -- anansis that contradicts what they used to
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videos inside, laptops, vhs, three thumb drives. the majority of it too graphic to report. >> reporter: larry brinkin pleaded not guilty to six felony counts of sending and receiving child pornography. he walked outside and we followed. >> reporter: one comment on the allegations? >> i am sorry, i can't speak. >> reporter: we tracked his believe. there were 4 earthquakes off western north american alone. oregon and mexico. >> that is four in a short amount of time. usually we have to wait three days. >> reporter: they looked at activity around the world six days after the quake. they found 2 dozen after shocks 5.0 or greater. attorney down. >> i can't say anything right now. >> reporter: but the district attorney did. >> we have tremendous amount of evidence in this case. this is not anything that is just being done to go after anyone. >> reporter: he is a former human rights commission member. >> how could hour marriage, our >> the indian ocean earthquake involved horizontal motions. and that particular mechanism appears effective in transmitting stresses very far away. >> reporter: he tells us, while it seems rare to have aftershocks around the world, others faults could be more
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two male marriage possibly harm the institution of marriage? >> reporter: today the district attorney says they tipped off police about a child pornography discussion that included a dozen photos and messages. he said it was between larry brinkin and someone in australia. images included men with children as young as two. >> we can state there were numerous items of photographs and videos that were found. >> this investigation is being handled with a great deal of susceptible. cara liu, ktvu channel 2 news. dozens of workers at yosemite national park are being tested for hantavirus in a massive effort to track the illness. state researchers say the goal of the testing is to find out how it spreads and why some are more susceptible than others. there are 9 cases, and 3 of those people died. >> i think what they are trying care. like any other investigation of this nature. very disturbing. the district attorney says the photos originated in australia. he is free on $240,000 jail. reporting live, mike mibach, ktvu channel 2 news. a couple charged with a drug lab death pleaded no to do is learn more about the life cycle of the virus and whether there are people that never develop symptoms. >> there is no known cure for hantavirus but early treatment can increase your chances of survival. san francisco confirmed its first human case of west nile virus. and now the effort to stop its spread is in full effects. packets are being dropped into the storm drain system and the
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contest. investigators say evan aviles, lexie hutson were arrested. the plea bargain calls for him to serve three years in prison. she will receive 5 years on probation. the police officer union is putting out a call for several opening in the department. the police department is looking for two officers and a program is especially important now that they know the virus is here. there were 165 incidents in california. and for the 7th time in 6 months, they will fan out in brentwood tomorrow night. they will spray to kill mosquitoes to kill west nile. spraying starts at sunset and dispatcher. the city hired two officers in the past two months who were laid off from the san jose police department. the deadline is friday. people who live in downtown san jose are fed up with crime in their neighborhood and now they are planning a safety march tomorrow night at 6:30 p.m. they say reduced police patrols led to an increase in ends at 11:00 p.m. ken goldman landed himself one well paying job. he is set to receive $18 million in salary, bonuses and stock over the next four years. yahoo named him cfo yesterday. and they got a $35 million boost from sequoia capital.
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prostitution, drug sales and other crimes. chevron is alerting others about the pipe that failed causing last month's fire. the type of steel may be to blame. carbon steel pipes with a low silicon content may corrode faster than expected under high temperature. the company says it is alerting other oil refiners and expecting all other systems to they make software, 10,000 hotels use the product to collect and respond to customer review views. yesterday they launched a similar product for retail businesses. just a little cooler today across the bay area. these are minor changes but get ready for a significant change by the weekend. right now on the maps, fog to talk about coast side, half moon bay, pacifica, san francisco. make sure they are not at risk of failure. chevron won contracts to look for oil. the work will be done at two spots in deep waters between 75- miles and 110 miles off shore. they will have a 55% steak in the work. he was arrested for trying to poison his girlfriend as she lay in a nursing home. we have a breeze out there. in fact the buoy towards the golden gate bridge, 18 miles per hour. fast temperatures fromfood -- as far as temperatures today, 60s in the bay, inland, the warmest locations 86-87. next headline is this weekend. tomorrow not much change. warmer friday. look what happens by saturday,
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ktvu's debora villalon is live where the man defended the supplement he gave her. >> reporter: he is home now as the case against him crumbles because the drink he gave his girlfriend was an alternative health product he says. >> i take it all the time. >> reporter: really? >> of course. >> reporter: we found him free after three nights in jail. no charges filed. >> it happened. especially sunday. fog clears out. that translates to low 70s coast side and 5 danger will be a concern -- and fire danger will be a concern friday and saturday. tomorrow morning, over night lows upper 40s. pretty chilly. napa low 50s for the rest of the region. thursday, morning fog. cool temperatures for the beaches. temperatures inland upper 80s to 90 degrees. i can't undo it. we can try to correct it. there is the -- the up side is the positive publicity. >> reporter: publicity for the supplement, sold online, it claims to cure any disease, including cancer. >> it is just a mineral. >> which is why he brought a supply to the nursing home where his girlfriend drank it for weeks. friday, this area of high pressure strengthens and as the warm air sinks that warms and temperatures this weekend, mid- 90s. sunday will be the hottest day of the weekend and clearing skies for the beaches, especially by saturday and sunday. i was talking about the fire danger with the warm winds. they won't be strong but still it is so dry out there when you get the dry winds and warm temperatures that increases the
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>> certainly i didn't intend harm and vikki knows. she was participating in this process. >> reporter: but staff thought the potion smelled like bleach and police who tested it were told it had as much chlorine as a simming pool. -- swimming pool. >> this is chlorine dioxide. >> reporter: the same used in water treatment plants and according to the fda not safe fire danger. we will increase the fog coast side and patchy fog around the bay into the afternoon hours and there is the temperature range, patchy fog for the beaches. 70s around the bay. warmest locations inland, upper 80s to 90 degrees. san jose high of 80. san francisco 65 degrees. here is a look ahead, your five- day forecast with your bay area weekend in view, warm things up by friday. we continue a warm things up by for human consumption. but users say it disinfects the body. fixing and drinking it with juice. >> millions of people are using it now. >> reporter: side effects are part of the detox process according to the company. >> easy and dirt cheap. >> reporter: he is barred from having contact with his girlfriend. he hopes as the investigation the weekend. sunday the hottest day and it is late september, 98 degrees. >> blast of heat. thank you. coming up on bay area news at 7:00 on tv 36 a bay area based film gets the attention of hollywood. >> oakland is playing a new role in the debate about healthcare. the film about highland hospital preparing in new york tonight. >> and two candidates focusing
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shows he meant no harm. all will be dropped and she might be well enough to return to this home. debora villalon, ktvu channel 2 news. >> they are regulated by the food and drug administration under a 1994 law, the manufacturers are responsible for ensuring their products are safe before they hit the market. together to the fda -- according to the fda, manufacturers do not need to register products with the in on one important state, why the numbers count so much ahead of the election. join us for these stories and more on bay area news at 7:00 on tv 36. coming up next, breaks news from san francisco, a police chase and crash right after the break. [ male announcer ] there are lots of great jobs government before putting them on sale. critics say it allows them too much latitude to make unproven claims. residents in three counties are about to get hit with a sales tax hike. it will take effect october 1. hurkiallys, pittsburg and sab pab low.
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increases to 8.75%. counties that have developed ways to maximize jail space without compromising puplic safety. marin, santa clara, santa cruz, san francisco and yolo. part of a series of studies aimed at providing information to reduce over crowding. >> some successful counties are offering treatment programs programs. they are in the community receiving services, able to work and be with their families. >> a study of policies is set to be released next week. california school rankings could undergo a shift. under the law tests can only make up 60% of a school's annual statewide rankings.
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it will allow schools to focus on other measures. bart says passengers can expect delays this weekend. they will be testing a new train control system. they will run on manual mode which could cause 5-10 minute delays. it should wrap up by sunday night. new at 6:00 p.m., new available in america right now. almost half our nation's employers have open positions they can't find anyone qualified to fill. findings say a major earthquake half way around the world could trigger after shocks in california. >> when 90s return to the forecast and the warmest day of the up coming weekend coming up. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools. devry university offers bachelor's and master's degrees that can prepare you for these careers. the ones already here, and the ones just around the corner. get the know how you need for a new tomorrow. learn more at devry.edu.
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today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, all three people in the suv were taken into custody. mark is off, joe is here. a's in action right now. >> all on the line for them every night. magic number of 7 to clinch. the a's trying to trim that number in texas. deja vu. donaldson with a single. gets through hamilton. carter and moss come home on we have breaking news in san francisco, three people are in custody after a police chase. it started in pacific heights where a woman was robbed this afternoon. the robber got into a suv and police spotted the vehicle. a chase began and during that chase the suv struck a van and two parked cars. the van driver was injured and
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they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will restore the education cuts from sacramento. so remember this number. thirty-eight. the play. donaldson ends up at third. oakland leading 5-3 in the third. the raiders today were talking about the challenge they face in a game this weekend on the road. oakland no stranger to games in denver but the first time they face peyton manning as the quarterback for the broncos. in three games peyton manning thrown 5 touchdown passes and three interceptions. dennis allen isn't expect to see any kind of drop off. >> i am not falling into that trap, he is peyton manning. hall of fame quarterback. >> he is still an outstanding quarterback. and i don't see much of a drop off. >> reports tonight that an agreement between the leagues and the officials is eminent. hopefully that is the case that
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a 17-year-old driver is in custody after pleading guilty to killing a father and daughter who were riding their bikes on a sidewalk. the teen was driving 72 miles per hour in a 45 miles per hour zone last april 7. he struck and killed soaiman nuri and his would prevent future debacles like monday night. see you tonight at 10:00 p.m. >> thank you. and thank you for joining us tonight.
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i can't stand every day trying to come up with little outfits for myself. i think eventually, fashion won't even exist. eventually we'll all be wearing the same thing. anytime i see a movie or a tv show where there's people from the future, they're all wearing the same thing. somehow they decided, "this is going to be our outfit." one-piece silver jump suit, v-stripe, and boots. that's it.
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